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The Arg[?]le Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of [?]rants and the friend of man. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903. Gullen Picnic and Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
AND DISTR1CT RECORDER fmpartlal—Not Neutral. Frith, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of ti/ran/s. and the friend of man. TUBSDAY, .NOVaMBER 24, 190a (Grulieii Picnic ami Sports. The above,- inlaid of the proposed ■ m ecbanic^".1"stituts), ± _eventuateclat Gvllen^onsFriclay. aucir-was frtirly nvell patronised* by the public. :■ Tim pictnc and sports wore held cn the'proposed site ot tho building, next Quilen Public School. The prov isious were provided by the ladies. Tlie usual picnic games wore indulged in^ although the. day Wiin -.rathov ■ warm The whole - pro ceediDgn-'weim under the able manage ment oft Messrs. -W., Ruane,. VV. Han fiqkl, M. Hoi'ivn, ,W.« Madle&on and J. •McSofley, •• assisted by- spveral others. Fallowing- are the results of* the sports:— All Oomnra' Footi'ace^lOPyds, prize trophy.—T..O'Brien, 1; D entries.' .:Ditjiuict Handicap Footrace,.lOOydsj pwaffrfppghy-.r^-J-. O'Neill, 1-; 7 entries.; "Ehrowtng at Wicket; prize trophy.r— A. Hurley,-1; 15...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
DENTISTRY. - MR. CHARLES: H.' GOLBY, Dental Surgeon, Ojoulbnrn-Btreet, Crook well, opposite ■E. s.and a. JB tiik. Ha i n iess- ExtrffcttoRS jSi .Fi 11 ings. Visits Tarnlga first Monday - in • eacH ■ mouth—Next visit, Dec. ?tb. , alb" work Guaranteed. ■ ■p^jTR. H:: • • BLACK ADDER DEOTIST, fil 0 O K W e L L, VISITS TARALGA third SUNDAY and MONDAY in EACH MONTH, and may . bo consulted at MOONEY'ti AKQYI/E INN. - Date of Next;ViBit: 4th DEHEMBER Special Visit. Usual' Monthly, Visit—20th and 21st DECEMBER.- : • • NITRII)e^:oXlDE'\GAS.-ADklNIS-; TERE15.
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
HQMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (From- ouu Rkeuesentative.)* . HoMicnusH', Thursday. About 19,996 slieep and . lambs penned, from 96 consignors. Attend ance good. The - market opened tov freu competition at the values ra' ing on Mon :ay last, casing, however, as the sales progressed, especially on the ■heavier' descriptions. Quotations ) SHEEP. SHORN. Merino Wethers, 15/6 to 16/6 Merino Ewes, 13/6 toJil/6 Crossbred Wethers, 16s to 18/3 - „ Ewes, 13/6 to 16/. ' WOOLTiY. Merino Wethers, 18/- to 19/. LAMBS. Competition moderate at a decline in values. Prices : Prime suckers 14s.to 3 5a 6d, a few to V 18s 6d. Good suckers, 12s to 13s • Medium ,, trom 9s
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
CATTLE. 1173 yarded;; attendance usual; pi-ices showing a dcclino of 5s -to 10s on last Mondiiy's -values. YardV ings comprised all qualities, tlie bulk being good, useful bullocks. fQuota tions:— Prime bullocks, £9 Os/to £10 0s, - 'Extra prime and heavy to £12 2/6. .Good bullocks, &lt;68 to £8 10s Prime Cows, £7 to £7 10s Light Cows and heifers, £5 to£5 lO.s Best beef, 23/- to 25/- per lOOlbs.
Resourceful in Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Resourcefnl in Battle. Tub artillery attacking the Boor posi tion at Ooloburg consisted -of several batteries of Horse and Field 15 and 12 pounder guus, the ; shells from which hopelessly failed to dislodge the enemy, so application had to be made to the 43rd Uield Battery for a conplc of ifowitzer guus. •, While escorting these to take ' up position I was amused at the anticB of .a.littla oft 2in driverj who kept ^ re peating : Wait until we get at 'em, the bounders ?' i .1 remarked: ■' What will you do [ when yon get into action.?' : ! Ho retorted: ■ Be Jabers, you can't shell ;'6m out, but if wo don't shell'em ' Out, we'll: bloomin'.^well ^stink 'em oat ?' (Thoy used lyddite.)
Talked Out. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Talked Out. Foothad (presenting pistol) : _' Pork over yer rhino,; and bra quiclc about it'.!'' ■ • ■ Near sighted; editor of literary weekly :' I beg:your pardon !' i ■ (Sternly) : 1 No monkeying ! TTu liruber ? Perduce tbo blunt!' ' Pardon me/'bufc'l do not exactly apprehend the drift of your—• • ' Cheese your r patter ! Don't yer Bee I've got the drop ! Uuload yer 'oof.' ' I am totally at a loss, my dear sir, to perceive the roveleneyof yonr observationH'or to—' . 'Whack up", or I'll let her speak.1' ' ' Is there any pecularity in the ex ternal see*hing':jf my apparal, or de meanour, sir, 'that impells yon, a total strange), to—' . ' Once more, will yer uncork tha t swag !' • (Hopelessly ; bewildered) : 'My ; friend, I confess.my utter inability to gather any coherent idea from the fragmentary observations you have imparted. Tlioro is something radic ally ivrecouoilable and incapable of correlation in the -vonabulaneB with whioh we endeavuur to, make the re ciprocal -or correspon...
SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
SMILE1S. . Hoti-l ,Glork: ' Will you. leave your diamonds .id"the safe, ma'am ?'' Actress: 'Oeitainly not! I - want them where they can be stolen.' '.: f I FmppoBo you- read a v. good ' deal !• said; the. y on ngvwoman. '.Yes, indeed,' answnred the yonng M.P. ' I make it a poiut to read' everyone of'my own speeches as soon as they, come from the type writer. L! - *#* " Cobwigger : ' Has your shop ever been robbed !' v Shopkeeper: 'No, sir. We sell everything so cheap here that when a -thief wants an article he just comos m and buys it.' ■ •%. ?;&lt; Master in-Catholic school : 4 Now boys, why was the namo Friday given to the sixth day of tho week" ;'' ^Bright little Boy (thinks of ' Fry day,' and answers eagerly) : ' Please sir, because that's the great day fpr. fish ?' „ *** Mr. Crimsonbeak : ' That man is the worst-hen-pecked husband'iu- the country?' Mrs.. Crimsonbeak : 'Don't speak that way of yom neighbours; you're forgetting yourself !' . ^ *#* •• ^ . Father : ' What i...
The Argyle Co-Operative Central Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
The Argyle Co-Operative Control Dairy Company One hundred' and seventy &lt;mns of cseam wevea'ecoi ved -at 'the factory ' on Taesdav,• producing threg tons of but ter,' being the factory's record output for. one dav.; .Tho preaetrt output; per, .week ifi; botweea sovei^ aiid eight tons; .with, the,.'supply, rapidly iucreaaiug. The company is installing a largo "G-iabourue" churn Largo quantities ot^butter are exported to London, and last .week the factory executed ■ an order for ISO boxes,for .South' Afrioa. " Benny Post."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
THlii KAl'IDLY-INCREASING DE MAND I?OR OUR Federal & .Challenge Famous Suits 1 To Measuio, Trcmeeva^ given aivay .. ^ ■for Xinas Box, at. • 45s and 55s. Y^UKi introduc'ion of this branch. has sepured'a -world-Tvidh reputation-, for the production of a bupcnor class .of Giiruienta.to ' nieaance, ,an(L we exf.ell in style, materials; and workmanship.- .We. anticipate a heavy demand for thu Xrnas trade. - Blace your orders now. ' MEN'S BOOTS. &lt; : Our-aim is quality and perfect fitting. ' Gont.'s-TanBals., 6/11, 8/11, 9/11, 12/6 • Gent.'s Tan Glaoio, luce or button, 10/6 • Qonb.'s Box Calf, 10(6 - . Genfc's (Jlacie Eid, 7/11, 9/6, 11/6, 13/&lt;j - Waalao stock.full-range in the celebrated American-.makes, such as Keith's, Snow's, 5 Eitfybrackets, from 14/11 to 25/. • A' good line of.Bluchers, in nn.il or .sprigs, at 2/11 " •Gillespio's and American's; at 7/6: . . Boy's'. School Boots, 3/11, 4/11. 5/11, 7/6. Latest-Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts, &c.; ...
British Fiscal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
British Fisral Policy... Mb.> Chamberlain received ^ a> tremendous ovation at Cardiff ^ last night. The -appostle- o| Empire preference made a spirited speech, oulrining-ii his proposals, and made- special re -re ference to the requirements of industrial -Wales. He urged the necessity of fostering home industries^and creatingva home demand for coal. He also em; phasised. the ruinous effect of the American tariff on the Bnt-'. ish tinplate industry. A reso lutionoi: hearty support • wa&;. unanimously carried- .
CABLES. LONDON, Nov. 21. Italy and England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
CABLES:. '^Lon5)on}-Nov4 2Jv Italy and England The King-, oi>' Italy " gave a* sympathetic replyjto the- depu tation which waited ort -him • ia the interesuTof peace and inter national arbil ration, Signor. jCittoni, the Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs who accompan- , ied his sovereign to England^ has had a long conference* at'. Windsor with .LordLansdowne,' British'* ; ForeignMinister. King Edwa.id,-on whose initia tive the conference*' was held, &lt; r gave Signor Tittoni a special .audience,- during .which he» stated^that perfect ^accord had been, reached- between Great' ' Britain and Italy on every ques-' tion of-foreign policy. _ y.
The New Police Magisirate. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
The New Police Hiigisirate. E. Li Maitland, Police Magis trate) of -Broken''Hill, after" fourteen years': activo servico on the Barrier, Vft on .Wednesday- morniup? by the express for Adelaide, on route to Goulburn;. A large number of citizens assembled at the railway station to s«y good-bye, .^and. :aa . the'train-started ringing cheers were given • for him. On Tuesday night a . valcdictocy func tion'was tendered to Mr. MoMand at the F; earoason's Hall, when he was the guest of the Mine Managers' Associa tion aud the Broken Hill Quartetto Glub at a smoke social. Later he was i the guest 6l citizous and of the Benev i olent1 Society in the Town Hall, when he was presented with an illuminated address and an order for a grand piano: for'Mrs. Maitland. : Mr. Maitland will not take np his duties here'until some time in January, having obtained two month's leave of absence owing to ill ; healfcb.-r -tfoulbunv " Herald, - v -
Pith Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Pith . Politics. ' The speaker on' Wednesday - evening issued his writs for the election of :re« presentafcives to fill - the- vacancies caused; by . the .resignation of Mr. Lonsdale (ArmidaleV Mr. A ..Griffith . . ( WaraI ah), and Mr. Webs ter (-Moroe), For Armidale and Morrse t^ic date of •nomination is • December 1, polling day, Decembor 12, and' writs return able on December 13. In the case of the.Waratah electorate, t.ho nominal tion day in November 57, polling; day December 5, and- return of writ De cembor 18. V v.--; # * . ■ ■ ■ It was aunoanced in the Legislative • Assembly on Wednesday. afternoon ,thafc the Legislative ^Council hail agre,ed to the amendments in the Laud Bill. Mv. Eden George: Look at - the smile on the Land's Minister.! .... . Mr. Crick : One of my troubles is gone. *** When Mr Holman was last in Greri - fcll hu assvued liis--supporters, /pri vately and in pub'ic, that be had rn.o intention of leaving , his . electorate. Wi'f are desired to say that, our co...
"UP-THE-COUNTRY." Agricultural, Political, Pastoral and Personal Gossip. WRITTEN FOR THE Argyle Liberal. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
" JTP-TIIE-COFNTK^.'','' ' .vV-; :'i Agricultural, Political, Pastoral* and Personal Gossip. Vv'bittkn' for the Argyle Liberal. (BY " GRAHSEDE.") . Rates of wages; priid In. this, zone for •farm labonr noay interest your renders. Haymakers, G/'- and 7/ "per day'; Men at strippers and cleaners, 8/: stackbuilders, 8/- and 9/, arid '((hose with skill to finish " waterproof") 10/-and 11/per day. As the State inits capacity of rail way -building-em ployer has not competed in the labor market fot a long time, the minimum wage stipulation can't be the causo of booming wages to the rates quoted. The -facts are :—A record-harvest; a demand for labour slightly u. excess; of snpply tluough protracted shearing season ; tho arduous - work aiid long Jiours, and (he majority of bush ,em-. ployers humane enough, when they can afford it," to pay a living wage. I opine that th»y have been uncon sciously influenced by the educative efforts of the democratic press—e) pecially that bushworker's Bible " ...
EILY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
EILY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII.. •He is asking foj; you.' It is the }itil» sister who- speaks,1 and Eileen .staita from her uneasy slumber. *1 «m ready ; 1 will come at once,' _a}ie starting 11 p. . * Gently, gently !'• the little sister ' Yon:inn.st be very quiet if: :jon eome, pncJ you must not let him tall;.....Inst sit by liim nnd, smilp until l» .sleeps ngaifj:' Bb-yon- think ••you ««J1 do'it ?' Eileen passes hor hnnd'fbr a'moment across lier face. 4Smiling is not so easy always—is itfishe observes reflectively.. xiut I' tiraakl can manFvgp jt.; . See—will'that *o? She holds up her facer ftnv the jjttle sisierV inspection like, a child';' oiv rafter holds it. down, for the little Wm*n gcara^Iy. fencte.s hpr shaalder. • Yes—that. is very goodj?° the ijijrse snstwerfl, with an approving nod. .*Ke«j> it lij^p that, dear,child. All, Jho*r weiViVwas'yon gi-ie&l ■ Now you jwJ:lbeable to be calm. Come!1 jjjhe tonphps Eileen's hand. and loads the jraj sSoTig the pon idoiv. 1 Ho ...
Another Rush near Coolgardie. KALGOORLIE, saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Another Rush-near Coolgardie. . kalqooblie.,- saturday; 0oolgakdie■ s; second- innings': as a goldfleld apparently opened: subsequent»to ilie arrival in the township this-: o£ dozen men interested in the alluvial claim known as the Tliretj-mile, otherwise ' Billy can ' Rush. Tbei- townsfolk were excited by. the news of* the sale, by. the party of 40Ooz. . gold to the bank. .The news spread like wildfire. The ex .act location-of-the find, which was the resuit ot^a iW-eeks workr is two -and a half' miles from.' Ooolgardie, in the- direction of Kalgoorlie on the Hampton Plains Estate^-half a mile from the railway line.